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Fri, Feb 03, 2023

Airbus Hefts Inmarsat-6 With Beluga Aircraft

Upcoming Launch Allows Manufacturer to Put New Plane to Work

Airbus Took the opportunity to brag about its Beluga fleet this week after one of the large cargo jets delivered Inmarsat-6 to the Kennedy Space Center. The updated and modernized fleet of capacious cargo haulers have become a quintessentially capable part of the company’s fleet, offering their extra large cargo services the world over. 

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Tue, Jan 31, 2023

Georgia's Douglas Airport Reports Avionics Theft

Suspect Makes Off with Valuable Electronics in Quiet Nighttime Grab

Every apron-parker's worst fear has come true for those operating out of the Douglas Municipal Gene Chambers Airport after an unidentified suspect pilfered "thousands of dollars' worth" of electronics. The anemic security offered by many vintage general aviation aircraft, and the costly state of replacement avionics is a stressful combination, one thankfully rare at most airports.

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Tue, Jan 31, 2023

NBAA Scholarships Awarded

Schedulers & Dispatchers Disburse $27,500 in Funding at SDC2023

The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) has announced the award of $27,500 in scholarship funds for continuing aviation education. The scholarships are offered in tandem with the NBAA's Schedulers & Dispatchers (S&D) Committee, who recognized the awardees at this year's  NBAA Schedulers & Dispatchers Conference. The 2023 conference ran from January 24 to 26 in Nashville, Tennessee.

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Tue, Jan 31, 2023

Reed Smith Weighs in on EASA Drone, VTOL Regs

Shifting Regulatory Landscape Expected as Industry Digests Rapid Advancement

Just before the end of 2022, the EASA published its rulemaking plans for Uncrewed Aircraft Systems and vertical take-off and landing aircraft (VTOL) use. Worldwide legal operation Reed Smith has published a brief on the subject, pointing out some classifications and changes.  

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Mon, Jan 30, 2023

Britten-Norman Obtains Type Certification for Tiny Twin Turboprop

High-Wing, Fixed Gear Islander on the Way to American Buyers

An exciting contender to the twin-engine turboprop commuter segment has just been typer certificated, with the British Britten-Norman Islander on its way to the states. The BN2T-4S Islander sports a pair of Rolls Royce model 250 engines on each of its high wings and storky fixed gear. The Islander has been approved by the UK's CAA and EASA, with progression on its type certificates in Canada and India. The new markets will greatly expand the reach of the BN2T-4S as a strong contender in the rough and tumble twin-engine turboprop market.

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